Cloud evangelist Ian Moyse zeroes in on the role of cloud during the pandemic with excellent insight. 2020 is the year when cloud computing came into its own as the enabler to Work From Home. Cloud has its pros and cons like any technology, but its successes have been highlighted during 2020’s COVID period. What will this mean for digital transformation and disruption for the remainder of 2020 and beyond?
5G had aggressive rollout plans anyway and COVID has exasperated the need for this new tech. Aligned to this and the political shenaniganss amidst COVID’s time, Huawei had their Annual Analyst Summit with some interesting takeaways.
Don’t miss this week’s episode of CIO WaterCooler TV, where David sits down with Nutanix’ Regional Director James Kenny. James shares valuable considerations around assessing an organisation’s requirements and identifying the best fit – from a cost and complexity point of view.
For regulated industries (which isn’t in the age of GDPR?), blind trust will never be enough and being able to demonstrate a sufficient degree of due-diligence on key vendors will always be essential to defend against any liability in case of a data breach.
Is cloud adoption fully mature or have we some way to go? It has matured for certain, but there remain some key barriers for organisations to be able to truly take full advantage.
What is driving the growth of cloud and what barriers remain?
What are today’s challenges in business to utilising new tech?